Working with Falls Communications, They wrote the script, and I created all the graphics and did some filming to create this final video. The on-location videotaping consisted of a real light post that was placed in front a home that we had permission to film. I was filming from the top of a 12′ ladder, yikes! I was able to mount a small tripod and therefore get somewhat steady shots using the Canon 7D DSLR and a 28mm lens to keep the point of interest on the light post–not the background. The beginning animations were created in After Effects CC. I love the voice! (Royce Turner) The video promotes retrofitting LED lights.
These short videos showcases Plantscaping’s beautiful corporate work. All shots were filmed on a Canon 7D with a most basic dolly. A 50mm lens was used to give a very short depth of field. Music from stock20.com which really works well with the pacing of the video.
This video was produced for Bardon’s & Oliver, long tube processing specialists. They used it at the 2012 IMTS show at their both. Dolesh Edit Design did all filming and editing and basic video production work, while Falls Communications wrote the script and managed the project. It really is a pleasure working with Falls Communications. They are true to their word and always fair.
The final video was played at a World Headquarters location in part of a new business pitch.
This video was created with the help of Falls Communications and Bardons & Oliver, an innovator of tube and bar processing. The video will usually be played on a large 4-segment widescreen so we opted to create the video to maximize the effect of 4 screens that were synchronized.
All of the shooting (except for the stock footage) was done on the Canon 7D and some shoots were filmed using a small dolly. The title animation was created using Cinema 4D. The goal was to make the pipe look rusty–and after machining, come out shiny and glossy.
Educational video helps educate patients about an amazing new alternative to gum surgery
I actually had the procedure done on myself–so I am not sharing something I know nothing of! This truly is an amazing procedure and the greatest thing about Periopeak and Judy Carroll is that she is so honest and straight forward. I remember discussing my tooth with her for a couple weeks before making the leap (out to WA). 1 year now, and my #2 tooth is doing just fine. My traditional periodontist said my only option was to have it pulled!